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Dec 22, 2012 2:30am PST
of the consumer and the middle class. we do have to deal with the deficit problem and therefore the whole issue of whether we raise taxes on the upper two brackets has very little to do with small businesses because only 3% of the businesses actually pay with rates so we need target fiscal policies to keep money in the hands of consumers. you know, the payroll taxes affect people. the alternative middle-income tax needs to be fix and we need to make sure we don't cut spending programs that a lot of businesses rely on. >> for these people, where these two big issues don't really affect them, what are their concerns going forward? >> they're concerned with the fiscal cliff because the majority of americans pay taxes based on their individual income tax rates and they do want compromise. a majority of this segment, they make the household income under $250,000 mark that the pretty has put forth. what infuriates them is they have to make tough decisions every day and they can't understand why the policy makers can't make tough decisions to help move the economy forward and create certainty for busi
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